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Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 7 January 1793 [electronic edition]
... days pass in which I can say that I feel really well. I have not heard any thing of the Chaise since you wrote me that it was left at Hartford. I believe it will not reach Home till Spring. The Narrow to the water have been so blocked up with Snow that Shaw has not been able to get up any Sea weed lately: he attempted it but could not Succeed, and the ground has been bare in the Road, The Timber ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 29 January 1795 [electronic edition]
... uncommonly fine day at Land is called a Weather breeder. But if Jays Dispatches dont Arrive We shall have no Tempestuous Weather this session. I wish you a pleasant Thanksgiving though I fear I shall not be with you according to my Wishes. Adieu. Instead of an additional Snow, and a return of cold as I hoped this morning We have now a warm and plentiful Rain which is melting the Snow and Spoiling the ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 6 - 9 May 1777 [electronic edition]
... 24 Guns, is private property but sails with the Fleat. I cannot write you half so much as I would. I have left company because I would not loose an opportunity of sending this. The children are well. I cannot say that I am so well as I have been. The disorder I had in my Eyes has in some measure left them me but communicated itself all over me and turnd to the salt rhume which worries me ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 29 May 1787 [electronic edition]
... have company. Mrs. Smith sends Duty to you and compliments to Mr. Cutting. The little fellow smiles assent. Let me hear from you by the next post. I shall be anxious to know how you got over, as well as the state of your Health, in which no one can be equally interested with your ever affectionate A Adams Compliments to Mr. Cutting and thanks for his Letter. Since writing the above ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 15 August 1774 [electronic edition]
... Braintree August th 15 1774 I know not where this will find you whether upon the road, or at Phylidelphia, but where-ever it is I hope it will find you in good Health and Spirits. Your Journey I immagine must have been very tedious from the extreem heat of the weather and the dustiness of the road's. We are burnt up with the drouth, having had no rain since you left us, nor is ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 25 January 1799 [electronic edition]
... had been with you. They have managed the matter better this year; than the last.On Wednesday I received a visit from president Willard, and Mr. Garry. They were so polite as come on purpose; they both requested me to make their respects to you. The president appears to be quite recovered though paler and thinner than formerly; in the course of the conversation Mr. Gerry asked me if the bill ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 1 June 1777 [electronic edition]
... June 1, 1777 My dearest Friend I designd to have wrote you by the last Post, but have been so unwell for the week past that I have not been able. We have had very Hot weather which you know never agrees well with me, and greatly distresses me under my present circumstances. I loose my rest a nights, which makes me more unable to bear the Heat of the day. I look forward to the middle of ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 13 March 1797 [electronic edition]
... House is disposed of. The Weather is bad. I have a great cold. The News is not pleasant. And I have no Society but Statesmen. Mr. Jefferson has been here and is gone off to day for Virginia. He is as he was. I cannot write to you, about any Thing at home. You must do as you judge best. I like all that you have proposed to me. I must not write about public affairs. I must go to you or you ...
Letter from Abigail Smith to John Adams, 8 April 1764 [electronic edition]
... propose going by water -- that the Deacon would have you go with them, but I would by no means advise you to go by water, for as you are under prepairation you will be much more exposed to take cold, the weather too is so uncertain that tho the morning may look promissing, yet you know it is frequently very raw and cold in the afternoon. Besides if you should wait till then and Saturday should ...
John Adams diary 18, 17 June - 6 July 1771 [electronic edition]
... Lads Ladds, Sewall and Lowell went to James Sullivans. Sunday Morning the Weather was fair, and We set off, for Scarborough, put up at Millikins, went to Meeting forenoon and afternoon, heard Mr. Briggs a young Gentleman and after Meeting rode to Falmouth, and I put up at Webbs where I have been ever since reading the Atchievements of Don Quixotte. This has been the most flat, insipid ...

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